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A man considers his lost love.
Personal photograph album becomes the basis for an unconventionally told romance.
The events leading up to a hit gone bad.
A sex-addicted med school dropout pays his mum's hopital bills by running a restaurant scam... but with her memory fading fast, will he ever find out the truth about his dad?
A lonely factory worker drifts into the underworld after taking a job as a bouncer.
A coming of age drama about two young brothers whose mother dies suddenly, leaving them to fend for themselves.
Members of the East End underworld talk about their life and times.
A gentle, witty character study that takes in a panorama of small-town eccentrics.
Ghoulish grindhouse flick about a Memphis cop who is called in to help solve a string of Welsh murders.
After awaking from a coma, an amnesiac man investigates who shot him at point blank range.
A harrowing account of child abduction and survival.
Examination of pre-college American basketball.
On the rocky road with punk band Heavy Load.
Cat and mouse thriller sees a young couple fall foul of a trucker on the motorway.
Exploration of the difficulties of running in a suit of armour.
Biopic about Salvador Dali, filmmaker Luis Bunuel and writer Federico Garcia Lorca.
A violent nightmare begins when a man finds a terrified woman hiding in his wardrobe.
Exploration of one woman's quest for a better future.
Intimate portrait of the icon.
Fictional tale of naïve filmmakers trying to make a documentary about inner-city New York.
A businessman is abducted and deprived of his senses one by one as his torment is broadcast live over the internet.
A young woman in small-town Japan leads a dull and solitary life, until she stumbles into a local spy ring.
Will a young bride and groom’s marriage bridge their cultural divides?
A young man growing up in south London tries to escape from a life of crime and violence.
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Moving on up Anna Rose Holmer on adolescence, gender identity and self-determination in The Fits.
Scaling the heights with Everest Deauville opening night premiere
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